The flight operations unit, as one of the main pillars of the company, is responsible for leading the company's fleet.
In addition to overseeing all assigned missions, including normal, emergency, and emergency flights, this deputy is also responsible for improving the level of specialized knowledge of flight crews.
- All operational staff of the company have the necessary ability to provide specialized services by passing the following training courses.
- Flight simulator for pilots and co-pilots
- Cockpit Resource Management (CRM) Cockpit Resource Management
- HF (Human Factor)
- CBT (Computer Base Training) for existing aircraft and direct monitoring of its quality process
- Hostess retraining courses, especially in the areas of flight safety and emergency training, are held once a year and include first aid retraining and abnormalities expected on each flight.
The main activities of the Deputy of Flight Operations
- Continuous training planning using the CBT training system and evaluation by the training unit of operations and training flights such as root check and line check, as well as preparation and reproduction of training packages of new ICAO requirements to assess the foreign language level of pilots and develop plans and schedules for Complete the above skills.
- Planning for timely dispatch of pilots to the Netherlands during the simulator training course in accordance with the requirements recommended by the Civil Aviation Authority and dispatch of pilots for six-month Physical checks, as well as dispatch of stewards and dispatchers for the said check.
- Planning and holding CRM-HF training classes for pilots, stewards and dispatchers.
- Take action to comply with IOSA international standards and make the necessary arrangements for the preparation of books, publications and documents related to its completion.
- Holding Fokker 100 pilot training course.
- Holding safety classes to update spherical flight information and skills, as well as holding retraining classes for flight attendants and dispatchers, and conducting retraining classes for the company's operational regulations for spherical flight.